Nadia has broken her silence after losing her mother last weekend


Nadia Forde has stayed silent on social media since the passing of her mother, Berenice Paolozzi, last Saturday. 

She was by her mum's side when she died from cancer. 

The Dublin model has now taken to Twitter and Instagram to share an emotional and touching message.

The 25-year-old shared a quote which read "in the blink of an eye, everything can change. So forgive often and love with all your heart. You may never know when you may not have that chance again".

Nadia's best pal, Debbie O' Leary, married her long-term boyfriend, rugby star Peter Stringer, yesterday. 

And although this is evidently an extremely difficult time for Nadia, she insisted on being there to support her BFF.

Indeed, Debbie made the journey to Australia to see Nadia while she was taking part in I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and Nadia organised Debbie's London hen in March.

Ms Forde also shared a snap of her and the beautiful bride chilling out together in Marbella.

Nadia will return to Dublin in time for her mother to be buried in Clontarf tomorrow.

As children, she and her brother, Stephen, were raised by their grandmother when their parents split. Nadia was aged seven at the time.

The Dubliner has in the past spoken of the sometimes strained and "difficult" relationship that she had with Berenice, although they were believed to be on good terms in more recent times.

Her mother had lymphoma cancer, which she had been battling for more than a year.

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